Indice 
 Precedente 
 Seguente 
 Testo integrale 
Procedura : 2022/2865(RSP)
Ciclo di vita in Aula
Ciclo dei documenti :

Testi presentati :

RC-B9-0464/2022

Discussioni :

Votazioni :

PV 20/10/2022 - 8.7
CRE 20/10/2022 - 8.7
Dichiarazioni di voto

Testi approvati :

P9_TA(2022)0375

Resoconto integrale delle discussioni
XML 23k
Giovedì 20 ottobre 2022 - Strasburgo Edizione rivista

12.5. La situazione in Burkina Faso in seguito al colpo di Stato (RC-B9-0464/2022, B9-0464/2022, B9-0465/2022, B9-0466/2022, B9-0467/2022, B9-0468/2022, B9-0469/2022)
Video degli interventi
 

Mündliche Stimmerklärungen

 
  
MPphoto
 

  Clare Daly (The Left). – Mr President, I abstained on this resolution on Burkina Faso because, while it’s not terrible, it’s not really great either. It doesn’t suggest a way forward; it’s just really a simplistic call to return to civilian governments and a warning to stay away from those Russians and the Wagner Group. I mean, come on. The civilian governance structures – so-called – in Burkina Faso are all now pretty much militarised. We’ve just had another coup within a coup because it wasn’t delivering anything.

A civilian government on its own won’t be any better unless it tackles issues like the CFA franc and the massive gold theft by multinationals. It won’t be any good if it doesn’t deal with the violence as a direct result of the interference of NATO in the Libyan war. Amendments, which were voted down by this House, amendments which were voted down calling for transparency and the end of the French using secrecy to hide their war crimes. So now we’re supposed to believe it’s all Russia’s fault, the poor record of Wagner has led to terrorism, not the disastrous G5 Sahel missions. It’s a joke. It’s time to stop the carve-up of Africa. Stop strangling them. Let Burkina Faso forge its own destiny.

 
  
MPphoto
 

  Der Präsident. – Damit ist dieser Tagesordnungspunkt geschlossen.

 
Ultimo aggiornamento: 5 aprile 2023Note legali - Informativa sulla privacy